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USS SLATERUSS SLATER will host a WWII Signalman to teach Morse Code & Semaphore.

SLATER will be open for Mother’s Day – Moms tour for free!

Albany, NY – USS SLATER will host free demonstrations on Morse Code and Semaphore communications Saturday 8 May and Sunday 9 May 2021. The demonstrations will be held at 11 AM, 1 PM, and 3 PM on SLATER’s observation deck. All are welcome to join in the demonstrations!…

National Museum of Racing and Hall of FameSaratoga Springs, N.Y. — Triple Crown winner American Pharoah (KY), seven-time Eclipse Award-winning trainer Todd Pletcher, and 13-time champion steeplechase trainer Jack Fisher comprise the National Museum of Racing’s 2021 Hall of Fame class. American Pharoah and Pletcher were elected in the contemporary category in their first year of eligibility and Fisher was chosen by the Museum’s Steeplechase Review Committee, which meets once every four years.

The class of 2021 will be enshrined along with the 2020 inductees — trainer Mark Casse, jockey Darrel McHargue, horses Tom Bowling and Wise Dan, and Pillars of the Turf Alice Headley Chandler, J. Keene Daingerfield, Jr., and George D. Widener, Jr. — on Friday, Aug. 6, at the Fasig-Tipton sales pavilion in Saratoga Springs at 10:30 a.m.

"VEIL FLAG" by S.R. STUDIO. LA. CA., 2020New York (May 3, 2021) — The Costume Institute’s next major exhibition will be a two-part show on view from September 18, 2021 through September 5, 2022. Part One, In America: A Lexicon of Fashion—opening in the Anna Wintour Costume Center on September 18, 2021—will celebrate The Costume Institute’s 75th anniversary and explore a modern vocabulary of American fashion. Part Two, In America: An Anthology of Fashion—opening in the American Wing period rooms on May 5, 2022—will explore the development of American fashion by presenting narratives that relate to the complex and layered histories of those spaces. Parts One and Two will close on September 5, 2022.

Wild Center logoProvides one-of-a-kind outdoor-only experience

Tupper Lake, N.Y. – Following its annual month-long closure for spring cleaning, The Wild Center is excited to reopen on Sat., May 1, 2021. As a continued commitment to the health and safety of visitors, staff and the wider community, the nature-based science center will be operating as an outdoor-only experience for the time being. In addition, they will maintain their enhanced operational procedures and cleaning protocols including timed ticket reservations, limited capacity and the use of face coverings.

Quest for Speed ExhibitionClayton, NY (April 27, 2021) – The Antique Boat Museum (ABM), North America’s premier freshwater boating museum based in Clayton, NY, opens for the 2021 season on Saturday, May 1 and will remain open six days a week, 9 am-5 pm, through Columbus Day.  The Museum is closed Wednesdays.  After Columbus Day, the Museum will be open weekends, 9 am-5 pm, through October 31.  The Museum Store will also open Saturday, May 1 and admission is not required to shop the Store.

NYS Reimagine Rebuild RenewNew John S. Dyson New York Energy Zone Honors New York State's Role in Development of Electricity and Today's Focus on a Clean Energy Economy

Admission-Free Facility to Serve as Year-Round Tourist Destination,

Offer STEM Education to Area Youth  

See Photos Here

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced the completion of a new 15,000-square-foot New York State museum of energy in Utica. Located next to the Utica Zoo, the newly constructed admission-free John S. Dyson New York Energy Zone, designed and financed by the New York Power Authority, is expected to open to the public May 10. The facility was dedicated today rounding out a number of events statewide this week recognizing Earth Day 2021.

Eastman Museum LogoTo Survive on This Shore: Photographs and Interviews with Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Older Adults” will open on June 19

Rochester, N.Y., April 23, 2021—The George Eastman Museum will present To Survive on This Shore: Photographs and Interviews with Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Older Adults, a photographic exhibition on view from June 19, 2021 through January 2, 2022. This interdisciplinary project is a collaboration between photographer Jess T. Dugan and social worker Vanessa Fabbre, an associate professor at Washington University in St. Louis whose research focuses on the intersection of LGBTQ issues and aging.

VertigoOpening weekend features 2001: A Space Odyssey, Dr. Strangelove, The Muppet Movie, and the silent masterpiece Sunrise;
The spacious Sumner M. Redstone Theater has been prepared with a thorough deep-cleaning, with new systems in place to ensure the safety of visitors and staff;
Opening April 30, 2021 with screenings on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. Tickets on sale starting Friday, April 23, 1:00 p.m.

Astoria, New York, April 22, 2021 — Museum of the Moving Image’s stunning Sumner M. Redstone Theater reopens on Friday, April 30, with a 70mm presentation of Stanley Kubrick’s sci-fi masterpiece 2001: A Space Odyssey. Following this grand return, the Museum will present a program of classic big-screen films as part of the signature series See It Big, appropriately subtitled “The Return!,” co-presented with the Museum’s magazine of film and media criticism Reverse Shot, and the retrospective Complete Kubrick. The schedule also includes family-friendly matinees and programs presented as part of the ongoing series Jim Henson’s World, which accompanies the Museum’s popular Jim Henson Exhibition.

Opus 40The Hudson Valley’s world-famous, historical sculpture park and museum continues its legacy of offering outdoor escape to locals and visitors alike

Saugerties, N.Y. -- Opus 40, Inc., and its executive director Caroline Crumpacker have announced the launch of a new season, marked by all-new events and the return of the National Historic Register site’s most popular engagements. Located in the Ulster County Town of Saugerties, NY, in the heart of the Hudson Valley, Opus 40 is a world-famous sculpture park and museum created by pioneering artist, quarryman and Bard College professor Harvey Fite in 1978, now regarded as an international tourist destination known for its 6.5-acre sculpture, quarryman’s museum and educational, cultural, arts, nature and historical programming.

Oxen plowing (credit: Beth Kingston)Mumford, N.Y. (April 14, 2021) — When Genesee Country Village & Museum opens its doors on Saturday, May 8, it will mark the 45th season of connecting visitors with history, art, and nature through immersive experiences that connect life in the 1800s to today’s world. Many guests don’t realize that the 68 historic buildings that comprise the picturesque Historic Village were all painstakingly moved there from locations around Western New York, in an effort begun in 1966 by Museum founder Jack Wehle. As a history-lover and conservationist, Mr. Wehle saw an opportunity to preserve examples of local architecture while also creating a place to tell the story of New York’s history. Today, GCV&M encompasses 600 acres with the Historic Village, a Nature Center, and an art gallery, all dedicated to preserving and highlighting local history for future generations.